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November 13, 2003

Albany-- Part of the "Master Plan" for downtown Albany includes top-notch retail space on North Jackson, at the new West Deck. That space has been slow to fill.

But that's not because of a lack of interest. Albany Tomorrow President, Tommy Chatmon, says they've looked at several business proposals, but ATI wants to make sure the concept matches with the "Master Plan."

ATI President Tommy Chatmon says, "We are optimistic and I think the activity I'm seeing now in the wake of the hotel-conference center announcement is starting to heat up everything in downtown Albany."

A Subway shop opened in April--but, there is still nine-thousand square feet of space that's empty.

Posted at 4:38 p.m. by melissa.kill@walb.com

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